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|Other Name:||DIP Socket For ICs||Insulator Resistance:||1000MΩ Min. At DC500V|
|Current Rating:||1A||Voltage:||AC 500V For 1 Minute|
|Operating Temperature:||-55℃～+105℃||Contact:||Phosphor Bronze|
|Housing:||PBT + 20% Glass Fiber||Contact Resistance:||30mΩ Max. DC100mA|
Dual in line IC socket connector 2.54mm 1A 250V , DIP socket for ICs
Integrated circuits, or ICs, are the chips used in almost all modern electrical devices. Most production devices use chips soldered directly to the printed circuit board, as the chips never need to be removed. Some applications, however, use IC sockets, which allow chips to be inserted and removed without the use of a soldering iron.
This connector is designed to provide a compressive interconnect between component leads and a printed circuit board (PCB). It simplifies the board design, enables simple reprogramming and expansion and easy repair and replacement, and offers a cost-effective solution without the risk of direct soldering.
Use of this connector allows easy replacement and repair of IC components. Advanced state-of-the-art components, whose development is still early in the learning curve, can have a high failure rate. Such failures often occur during burn-in of assembled equipment before shipment. Socketing provides an easy way to replace components with early life failures. Removing socketed components also helps inspection, troubleshooting, and repair. Replacing failed components is always far more cost effective than replacing a complete board or system.
• Available in 6,8,14,16,18,20,22,24,28,32,40 and 48 circuits
• Contact area: dual contact tin plating over 50μ nickel
• Solder area: tin plating over 50μ nickel
• Low profile
• Voltage rating: 250V max.
• Current rating: 1A max.
• Pin retention force to insulator: 0.40 Kgf
• Single contact insertion force: 0.30 Kgf
• Single contact withdraw all force: 0.03 Kgf
• Durability: 25 cycles
IC sockets are used in applications where integrated circuit devices have short lead pins. They help in providing safe removal and insertion of IC chips. They are often found in desktop and server computers. They are also used for prototyping new circuits because they allow easy component swapping.